Been to Mai Village a few times liked their food. But the service left much to be desired. We had to wait 15 minutes to even get our drink order in and then another 15 minutes before the server came back over to see if we had our order ready. I would not go back unless you want to sit around and do nothing. The place is nice to look at but on closer inspection you see the place really needs to be cleaned every once in a while. Would not go back again the food was good but not good enough for the wait.
The worst Vietnamese restaurant I've ever been too. The only thing good coming out of this restaurant is the great decor. Other than that, service was terrible. We waited a while for the waitress to take our order and then to even get her attention. This was TOO pricey for the portions they served. For half the price I could get twice as much from other Vietnamese restaurant and it will taste EVEN better. If you want good authentic viet food that DON'T cater to unexperienced tasters of what true vietnamese food is - You're better off dining in one of the many fine asian restaurants on University.
mai village is definitely eye pleasing, interior-wise, besides that everything is just a pretty face. the service sucks, none of them communicate in Vietnamese, they take forever to notice you've entered, and i just think the whole theme of the restaurant is nothing authentically viet. it's more of a Chinese vibe rather then Vietnamese. there are better Vietnamese restaurants in the twin cities area. i would only recommend mai village, for their dimsum.
Served very late despite empty restaurant. Food is okay, much better vietnamese cuisine can be found at places like Saigon and Hoa bien. Only decor was worth going but this does not satisfy the tummy. I will never go again the host did not ask what was wrong when we walked out the second time after no service for 25 minutes
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